Riverbank elementary

Retiring Riverbank Elementary Principal David Sims presented with Resolution from Sen. Nikki Setzler

Riverbank Elementary School Principal David Sims is retiring after nearly 40 years in education.Sims began his career as a Lexington Two teacher and has been a principal at four Lexington Two schools: including Davis Elementary; Northside Middle; Pineview Elementary; along with Riverbank Elementary. On Monday, at a retirement reception for Sims, Sen. Nikki Setzler presented […]

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Katherine Desiderio Garcia, a Riverbank Elementary 4th-grader, wins Lexington 2’s Future Chefs Challenge, 11 other finalists named

A fourth-grade Riverbank Elementary School student is the winner of the 12th Annual Future Chefs Challenge in Lexington Two. Katherine Desiderio Garcia’s Mexican Bionico recipe included a variety of fruits like cantaloupe, mango, papaya, strawberries, apple and banana paired with Greek yogurt, granola, coconut, sour cream, condensed milk, and vanilla extract. A panel of judges […]

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House of Raeford Beyond Goals Soccer Tournament held for Riverbank Elementary School students, Thursday

The House of Raeford Beyond Goals Soccer Tournament took place across from Riverbank Elementary School, Thursday afternoon. Beyond Goals is a mentorship program instilling perseverance, teamwork, and sportsmanship to elementary school students. The program is headed by Riverbank School Resource Officer India Taylor of the West Columbia Police Department. There was a DJ playing music […]

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3 Lexington 2 elementary school students recognized by the City of West Columbia for holiday essays and artwork

Three Lexington Two elementary school students were recognized by the city of West Columbia for their holiday essays and artwork. Evelyn Seller, a fourth-grader at Saluda River Academy for the Arts, and Hudson Mechling, a second-grader at Riverbank Elementary, were both winners in the “What Christmas Means to Me” essay contest. Skylar Edwards, another fourth-grader […]

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Cayce and West Columbia Police, with businesses, churches and community organizations team up to welcome students back to school

The new school year began for students on Monday. Over the summer the Cayce and West Columbia Police Departments conducted school supply drives and local businesses, churches, community organizations, and families sponsored numerous lunches for teachers and staff. Scott’s Auto Repair donated 48 book bags and supplies for West Columbia Police Department’s Back-to-School Bash. The Cayce […]

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Tiffany Aull at Brookland-Cayce and Kendall Skelton at Riverbank Elementary are named assistant principals

Lexington Two has announced two new assistant principals for the 2023-2024 school year. On the recommendation of Superintendent Dr. Brenda Hafner, the Lexington Two Board of Trustees approved the hiring of assistant principals Tiffany Aull at Brookland-Cayce High School and Kendall Skelton at Riverbank Elementary School at its monthly meeting on May 18,  Aull currently […]

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Lexington 2 announces its Rookie Teachers of the Year

Lexington Two announced its Rookie Teachers of the Year during a celebration for first-year teachers and their school mentors. Among the 67 Lexington Two induction teachers in the 2022-2023 school year, those recognized as Rookie Teachers of the Year are: Early Childhood: Casey Corbitt, Cayce Elementary School Elementary: Sara Godsey, Riverbank Elementary School Middle: Kendall […]

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Riverbank Elementary after-school soccer skills program concludes with Skills Demonstration Day

Local businesses pitched in to support the soccer learning program at Riverbank Elementary School. Supporters include House of Raeford’s FLOCK, which paid for bus transportation for participants, and Bank of America, which sends 4-5 mentors each week to talk to and work with the kids. The program has about 102 participants in 1st through 5th […]

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